GFU lecture headlined the 'Importance of Being Ethical in the Business World'
The College of Business at George Fox University will host Jeff Grubb in a talk headlined "A Christian in the Business World: Ethical Decisions in Challenging Times" at 7 p.m. March 15 in Room 105 of the Hoover Academic Building.
Grubb is a former vice president at Wells Fargo Bank and retired from corporate life in May after working for 35 years in the financial industry.
Grubb has also been a trustee at the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust since 2010. He has been active working with nonprofits and serves as secretary of Goodwill Industries of the Columbia Willamette and is on the board of Vision Fund Rwanda. He also served as vice chairman for the Oregon Symphony and chairman for the Oregon Young Presidents Organization, Social Venture Partners Portland and the Portland Angel Network.
In addition, Grubb has sat on several boards in Oregon: the Junior Achievement, Oregon Entrepreneurs Network and the Portland Art Museum.
For more information about Grubb's talk, call Missy Terry at 503-554-2101.